Monkeypox cases continue to climb, where's the vaccine?

Dallas County says it received another shipment of monkeypox vaccine, but it's only 100 doses. Dallas County ran out of the monkeypox vaccine as cases climb. There are now 52 confirmed cases. The county said it ordered another 300 doses from the federal government last week but does not know when they will arrive. Vaccination appointments are limited to people who have had direct contact with an infected person. Man may have spread monkeypox in Dallas, health officials say The county admits it could be months before the vaccine is widely available to anyone who feels they may need one. The 100 doses of the monkeypox vaccine were delivered to Dallas County Health and Human Services on Friday. The small shipment arrived as the DFW Region leads the state in new infections.

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